Hidden History #19- The Glasses

My mother’s glasses

In yesterday’s blog I talked about the book “Inez” on the park bench.

Casually placed on the book you’ll find a pair of reading glasses.

My mother was an avid reader, and these were her glasses.

The “reader” is gone but not the memories.

Click here to see Hidden History #20

Have a wonder-filled day,

Donna Flanagin

Flanagin’s Bulk Mail Service

Random me:  childhood memory – watching movies in grade school and struggling to keep my eyes open. They seemed so boring at the time.

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  1. Donna. Please stop posting these posts. Everyday you are making me want to visit your store more and more. I want to learn about every nook and cranny you have put together! I am amazed at the detail, thought, touching memories, whimsy and business history.

    So please stop making me want to visit your town more and more! Hahaha! I don’t have the vacation time 😦

    • Nice to hear from you Ben. Even though most people will never see my place, I still love it. Sorry I can’t grant your wish until I reach #30. Have a wonder-filled day. PS just booked my next WDW vaca, it will be almost 2 years since the last.

      • What’s the major metro city closest to you so I can keep you in my radar. 30 Hidden Histories! Wow. I read every post you write BTW. You are in my RSS.

        When you coming down?

  2. Donna, again, as Ben as also said, your detail is utterly fascinating. At the Fort Wayne airport as I type this, hurrying home for Disney World.

    • I hope Fort Wayne was an attentive crowd. So close yet so far from Valparaiso.


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